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COF Scope of Practic

Certified Orthotic Fitter Scope of Practice

The scope of practice of a COF is limited to... Prefabricated orthotics that do not treat spinal or cervical instabilities or long bone fractures
What are the 5 parts of the scope of practice? Patient assessment, formulation of a treatment plan, implementation of treatment plan, follow up, and practice management
What 5 types of orthotics can a COF fit a patient for? Cervical orthotic (for a stable cervical condition), prefabricated orthotics for upper/lower extremity, trusses, pressure gradient garments
What 6 types of orthotics can a COF NOT fit a patient for? Therapeutic shoes, halo cervical orthoses, CTO for unstable spinal conditions, electrical stimulation orthoses, orthotics for the treatment of scoliosis, orthotics for unstable spinal conditions
What is included in the scope of practice for an Orthotist but not a COF? Orthosis design, fabrication, and modification to treat a neuromusculoskeletal disorder or acquired condition
Created by: aholmes1012